Ergonomic assessment

A DSE Ergonomic Assessment is a careful analysis of the working environment and any equipment relating to it, including the desk and chair. The purpose of the assessment is to establish whether workstation practises have the likelihood of causing harm.

Our job is to identify the risks and minimise them as far as practicably possible and therefore keep discomfort at bay.

We aim to provide a NEXT DAY ergonomic workstation assessment at your desk to ensure that workstation postures are correct.
Our team of skilled, London based assessors can help you find long term solutions for any discomfort that you may have experienced at your workstation.

Not based in London?

Don't worry, we have a network of the best ergonomic assessors across the UK, we seek out the most experienced professionals in this field.

We specialise in finding workplace solutions for complicated pain issues arising from poor ergonomic postural habits. We have built a reputation for finding solutions for everyone we work with.

Sitting fit provides guidance regarding Ergonomic Assessments, including seating analysis and workstation overviews for an entire workplace, or for one individual office space.

This process is sometimes called a Display Screen Equipment Assessment, or just DSE for short.

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The Benefits of an ergonomic workstation assessment

Ergonomic Workstation Assessments may be used as a way of just checking that you are sitting in the correct anatomical posture. Injuries sustained due to poor postures being adopted are called slow injuries. They are slow because the effects can build up over a prolonged period of time and can develop from chronic discomfort to acute pain.

Checking your workstation on a regular basis by having an Ergonomic Workstation Assessment or DSE assessment, may prevent awkward postures from continuing and resulting in upper limb disorders. Most conditions aggravated by poor workstation posture may be minimised if good ergonomic practises are adopted.

We are accredited with the most recognised professional bodies in the workstation assessment field, Including; the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) and Health and Safety Management Consultants (HSMC) .

Contact us today on info@sittingfit.co.uk or call 07896 869 073 for your valuable and cost effective workplace assessment services.


Level 1 Ergonomic Workstation Assessment

Designed to analyse any risks associated with the work environment, including the desk and chair. WE VISIT YOU and ensure that you are compliant with minimum legislative government guidelines, making any necessary adjustments on the spot.

Our aim is to minimise risks that have the likelihood of causing harm, and ensure best ergonomic workstation practise is being adopted for the future. We provide individuals with tools to ensure that they are well equipped to deal with workplace pain issues, should they arise.

The duration of a Level 1 Ergonomic workstation Assessment or DSE Assessment is 30 minutes per person, and includes a comprehensive report with our recommendations and justifications for equipment, if necessary.

Level 2 Ergonomic Workstation Assessment

Designed specifically to assist those with a chronic or acute condition for which immediate attention is required. WE VISIT YOU. As well as making sure that you are compliant with minimum Government Guidelines, we will analyse the workstation and minimise any issues that have the potential to cause harm.

We eliminate hazardous factors on the spot and specialise in finding long lasting workplace solutions for people we work with. We find workstation pain solutions for people who suffer with wide and varying conditions, including sciatic type symptoms and disc prolapse discomfort.

The duration of a Level 2 Ergonomic Workstation Assessment or DSE assessment is 1hr and includes a full written report with on-going email support. Significant adjustments may be required.
 


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Thanks Ron – this is so useful and I have passed it on to HR together with my feedback that the assessment was far better than any previous one I have had done!